A lot to see but the place is a bit shabby. Plenty of exhibits but they all look like they could do with a good clean. There are a mixture of war items and stuff dealing with Thai culture. It's worth spending an hour there.
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Not sure about this museum - very, very bizarre. Whilst some of the exhibits are interesting there are many aspects of the museum that leave you wondering about their relevance. Not sure if I can recommend this as a worthwhile place to visit
This place is a joke - yes they have an actual WWII Japanese locomotive located in the foyer area, but the rest of the the place is a mish-mash of various unrelated items or those masquerading as war relics including: - a Chinese temple /...More
I'm shocked to see that reviews here are completely mixed up, confusing the JEATH War Museum with the Art Gallery & War Museum that's closely located to the bridge. They are NOT the same!! Yes, the latter has a sign incorrectly saying JEATH but the...More
Despite its age and condition this museum has a lot of memorabilia depicting different parts of the war. I found the artefact and items interesting. It is a shame that more money could not be injected to upgrade the museum as it is a big...More
The museum is in 3 parts Part 1 you cannot take photos in as it is a bamboo structure that simulates the sleeping area of the POW's with photographs and paintings. Part 2 is memorabilia from spoons to uniforms, rifles and bombs. Part 3 is...More
I found this too be a good museum despite other reviews and being warey of this. It is a Thai war museum dedicated primarily to the Allies and Japanese with a very large collection of artefacts. Yea this is not a beautiful museum that runs...More
A very odd jumble of things and a bit dilapidated but you can get a very good view of the bridge from inside and one or two of the objects are quite interesting.